Positive Values: Summary and Next Steps
Teaching your kids to value equality, social justice, integrity, honesty, responsibility, and restraint will help them throughout the rest of their lives. The best way to show your child that values are important is through modeling them yourself—remember that your child is always watching and learning, no matter what you do. Make sure you’re being intentional about what you do and say, and your kids will start picking up on what’s important to you.
Books from Search Institute
- Make a World of Difference — 50 activities, handouts, and scripts help kids learn to value diversity and enhance their interpersonal relationship skills in any setting.
More Books You May Like
- Building Everyday Leadership in All Teens — Educators and group leaders will love this guide to developing leadership in teens. The lessons contained in this book help teens take the lead in everyday situations.
- The Family Virtues Guide — By teaching one new virtue each week, parents can use this guide to help their children develop a strong sense of morality.
- How Much Is Enough? — Learn how to instill a sense of responsibility in your children while fighting overindulgence.
- Too Much of a Good Thing — This book discusses the Parenting Practices at the Millennium study results, and provides advice on how to raise kids who value restraint.
- Positive Values
- Chores and Responsibilities
- Resolving Conflicts
Free Webinar: Join Us!
Routines Don’t Have to Be Ruts: Meaningful Routines for Today’s Complicated Families, presented by Eugene C. Roehlkepartain, Ph.D., Vice President, Research and Development at Search Institute
Wednesday, May 14, 2014, 12PM - 1PM, CDT